Following the publication of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership ‘Digital Technology for Mental Health’ top ten research priorities, this article, from the UK, considers the challenge of creating a truly user-driven approach to realize the promise of digital mental health.
A novel study has revealed that elevated pesticide levels in pregnant women are associated with an increased risk of autism among their children.
In this interview, Matthew Hill speaks to us about how endocannabinoids could be a mechanism of comorbidity between inflammatory disease and anxiety.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have revealed that individuals who exercise report having fewer days of poor mental health than those who do not exercise.
Researchers have demonstrated that a pregnant mother’s gut health may be linked to the risk of autism development in their offspring; this may lead to a new understanding of how to prevent neurodevelopmental disorders.
A preliminary study has revealed that athletes with ADHD may be at greater risk for experiencing persistent anxiety and depression after a concussion.
Scientists have demonstrated how variations in a gene linked to anxiety and depression could affect a patient’s response to treatment.
The link between emotional processing and our immune responses – as seen in the placebo effect – could lead to new avenues for treating psychiatric diseases, according to research.
On-going research reveals that deep brain stimulation may help individuals with chronic depression and could help them regain their lives.
Researchers reveal that post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and some types of inflammation may be alleviated by cannabis-like drugs.